Darshan arrest: Actor isolates himself in jail; drinks hot water instead of coffee; pleads with co-accused to leave him alone 

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Published June 24, 2024 at 1:14pm

    Darshan isolates himself in jail

    He is refusing to speak to co-accused

    He drank coffee instead of hot water

Darshan, a key accused in the Renukaswamy murder case, is reportedly finding it difficult to cope with his confinement at Parappana Agrahara Central Prison. In an attempt to maintain some semblance of his routine, he woke up at 6 am today, substituting his usual coffee with hot water.

Also Read: Renukaswamy arrest: Police to seek confiscation of Darshan’s passport

Sources indicate that Darshan, placed in a special barrack, has refused to speak to his fellow inmates, expressing that he has had enough of their company. He has pleaded with them to leave him alone, indicating a desire for solitude amidst the ongoing legal turmoil.

Darshan, along with 16 others, faces severe charges including murder, extortion, and kidnapping in the case of Renukaswamy, who was allegedly killed after sending inappropriate messages to Pavitra Gowda, Darshan’s close associate.

While Darshan’s wife, Vijayalakshmi, is working diligently to secure his bail with the help of renowned criminal lawyer CV Nagesh, the police have raised concerns about potential conspiracies among the accused to mislead the investigation. As a result, they have sought a court order to transfer Darshan to another facility, such as Ramanagara or Tumkur jail.

The court is scheduled to hear the police’s petition today. Darshan’s personal struggles and his isolation in prison add another dimension to an already complex and high-profile case, drawing significant public and media attention. The court’s decision will be pivotal in determining the next steps in both the investigation and Darshan’s immediate future.

 

Darshan arrest: Actor isolates himself in jail; drinks hot water instead of coffee; pleads with co-accused to leave him alone 

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    Darshan isolates himself in jail

    He is refusing to speak to co-accused

    He drank coffee instead of hot water

Darshan, a key accused in the Renukaswamy murder case, is reportedly finding it difficult to cope with his confinement at Parappana Agrahara Central Prison. In an attempt to maintain some semblance of his routine, he woke up at 6 am today, substituting his usual coffee with hot water.

Also Read: Renukaswamy arrest: Police to seek confiscation of Darshan’s passport

Sources indicate that Darshan, placed in a special barrack, has refused to speak to his fellow inmates, expressing that he has had enough of their company. He has pleaded with them to leave him alone, indicating a desire for solitude amidst the ongoing legal turmoil.

Darshan, along with 16 others, faces severe charges including murder, extortion, and kidnapping in the case of Renukaswamy, who was allegedly killed after sending inappropriate messages to Pavitra Gowda, Darshan’s close associate.

While Darshan’s wife, Vijayalakshmi, is working diligently to secure his bail with the help of renowned criminal lawyer CV Nagesh, the police have raised concerns about potential conspiracies among the accused to mislead the investigation. As a result, they have sought a court order to transfer Darshan to another facility, such as Ramanagara or Tumkur jail.

The court is scheduled to hear the police’s petition today. Darshan’s personal struggles and his isolation in prison add another dimension to an already complex and high-profile case, drawing significant public and media attention. The court’s decision will be pivotal in determining the next steps in both the investigation and Darshan’s immediate future.

 

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